Small do-it-yourself projects are a great way to save money while maintaining your home. If you consider yourself particularly handy, you can even DIY a few remodeling projects, like installing a laminate floor, replacing a dishwasher, or even adding a new chandelier to your home. No matter how skilled of a DIY-er you are, however, do not attempt residential garage do
- Most people know that their garage door should open or close when they touch the button on the side or press the remote control. However, few people understand the mechanism through which their garage door openers work. The opener has a sensor which is the crucial safety feature on your garage. When the sensor is functional, your door will stop when an object gets in
- Are you tired of having a garage door that doesn't open and close like it should? Are you making plans to fix it at some point in the next few weeks? While wanting to make the repairs yourself is commendable, it's not always the best course of action. Although it can cost more money up front, here are some good reasons why you should seriously consider hiring a profes
- A wooden garage door can add a lot to your home's curb appeal. It's a classic and traditional look that invokes times gone by. But a real wooden door might set you back 2 or 3 times as much as a regular aluminum model. But there's good news: a compromise can be found. What is it? Painting an aluminum door like wood. Here's a 5-step guide to making your own.
- When homeowners prepare for hurricanes, they often bring in outside items that could become projectiles and board up windows to prevent breakage. A vulnerable spot that is frequently forgotten is the garage door. Because of the width of an opening, this is one of the areas that are most at risk to heavy winds and projectiles. Here are ways to protect the garage during